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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Joturday, iant 11, 1970 THE IETHBRIOGE MERAIO Dodgers Win Fourth Sti'tdsht Encounter afors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Frank Hobinson, Baltimore Orioles' M-year-old star, cracked consecutive grand-slam homo runs Friday night, leading The Orioles to a 12-2 (reining of the Senators. He became the seventh player to hit tu'o or more in a game. Tho Baltimore slugger drilled his blasts in the fifth and sixth innings off of right-hander Joe Coleman and lefty J'3e Grzcnda, increasing his season total to 14 homers and giving Mm. M runs batted in. He is also hitting .332. In other American League games, California Ar.gels edged Kansas City Royals 0-5, Detroit Tigers Indi- ans 7-1, Chicago White Sox slopped Minnesota Twins 4-2, Milwaukee Brewers overcame Oakland Athletics in 15 innings, 3-2, and the Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees game was postponed by rain. Robinson saM he wasn't trying for the second homer be- cause- "I've found out the hard way that when you think about hitting a home run you don't get one. I was just trying lo get a lilt." The last player to hit a pair of grand-slam homers in one game was Jim Northrup of Detroit, who accomplished the feat on June 24, 1908. Den Buford ripped a solo homer and drove in three other Orioles runs with fair hits while Dave McNally eased to his lltli victoiy, tossing a seven-hitter. Both Senator runs came on a aii' of homers by Rick Rei- chardt as Washington lost for the eighth time in their last nine James. Joe Azcne drilled four hits. In- cluding a two-run homer and the Angels produced a triple play in their narrow triumph. Azcue triggered four-run FINDING THE BOTTOM OFF THE PILE Umpire Art Frantz tries to find the bottom of tha pileup on home plate to see if Washington catcher Paul Casanova still has the ball. Baltimore runner Don Buford caught Casa- nova's crm while sliding home in the first inning tonight. The catcher held onto the ball and Buford was called out. Mike Epstein (6) of the Senators odds his comments. __. 'Ashe Best American Hope 'osewall In Finals WIMBLEDON, England (CP) Hod Laver, top-seeded in the men's singles at the All-England tennis championships, was elim- inated today by 16tli-ranked Roger Taylor of England in a stunning fourth-round upset. Taylor defeated the Austral- Ian ace 4-6, 64, 6-2, 6-1. Laver had been favored to win the title for the ttiird consecutive year and the fifth time in all. Hoy Emerson, veteran Aus- tralian who won in 1964 and 1965, advanced to the quarter-fi- nals hy battling to a 2-6, 6-2, 64, 6-2 victory over Stan Smith of the United States. Cecilia Martinez of the U.S. pulled a major upset in the women's singles by defeating third-seeded Virginia Wade of Britain. The unheralded Miss Martinez, ranked 14th in the U.S., won 6-1, 64 in a fourth- round match. Ken Rosewall, hero of senti- mental tennis fans with long memories, advanced into the quarter-finals Friday for the first time in 14 years. The wily 34-year-old Austral- Ian overcame Tom Gortnan of the United States Friday 6-2, 6- 2, 3-6, 7-5. Rosewall now has to face fel- low Aussie Tony Hoche and the ordeal of continuing on the old- Bowlitt CAPRI BOWL WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED John Tlnordi 2fi6 Murray Mc- Leod 273 Bill Hamilton 30J Tony Frank 270 George AAatchett 278 Linda Malcomson 2S5; Fracss Harris 27-1 Johnson 345; Beth Ktubsch 243; Debbi Massoo 27J. CLASSIC TRIPLES Marg Smilli 303 Linda Mal- comson 318 Bea Salmon 25fi; Jean Passey 2-W; Joan Moore 239; Ken Malcomson- 28? Frank Bar- va 309; Jim Hlga 356; John Rempel 266 Tak Kalakaml 268; Leon Cneckr.yn 268. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JUNE 2? P.M. ABDUUAH THE BUTCHER vs. CARLOS BELAFONTI (Dnve Ruhl to bo Ombudsman a[ Ringsidel) KROFFAT and UR5U5 vs. SWEETAN and HAYES CHRISTY BROS. vs. MARCONI and CANNON SWEET DADDY SIKI vs JACK BENCH PLUS ONE WORE MATCH Admission Box Office p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING Saturday afternoon and Monday Night on CJLH-TV Channel 7. YOUNG ADULTS Jim Malcomson 266; Darren Lagler 361 Ken Malcomson 250 Aaron Clements 262; Barry Seaman 347; Nina Waselenak ?17; Linda Mal- comson 353 Marie Waselenak 215; Eileen Stevenson 220; Ken Lar- son 274 MONDAY NIGHT MIXED Linda Malcomson 298 Isabelie Bergman 252 Haraga 259 Marion Tolley 3411 .Jean Pas- sey 247 Marge Malcomson 220; Tak Kalakaml 203 John Erick- son 292 Norm Tolley 399 Bruce Canfield 262 Sid, Pollock 25-i Len Sclieibner 263. SENIOR CITIZENS Spot Miller 2.13; Bill Jensen 3J5 Emil Collin 210; Jim Whelan 306; Ben Evanson 230; Scotty Muir 202; Henry Bechlhoid 369 Matt Bernharr 261; Frank Bernhart 234 TUESDAY AFTERNOON WOMEN'S Liz Goczan 278; Gladys Going 25! i Jean Passey 243 HeTen I Deal 256; Lydia Geworsky 246 Freda Linn 230; Shirley McLellan 243 Agnes MacDonald 275; Marg Seefried 274 Mel Finnerty 239 (655) TUESDAY NIGHT WOMEN'S May Hlebert 286 Coleen Slnd- linger 235 Pat Plnmp 259 Helane Onririk 236; Agnes Pocza 246 Anne Pearson 265; Anne Pearson 265; Marlene Bosch 283 Anne ,Todd 352 Verna Hillcoat 338; Jean Chrislle 235 Betty AFTERNOON Vv'OMEH'S Dorothy Hunter 307; Fuml Hakama 303 Isabelre Bergman 323 Maria Jokuty 273; Janice Dyck 273; Aqnes Pocaa 366 Florence Rtil- lingson 253 Vera Nlcholls 258; Doreen Wilson 2W Bernice 341. ALL SQUIRE MOBILE HOMES ,SHOW HOME PRICED TO CLEAR AT SPECIAL DISCOUNTS! SEE THEM All NOW ON DISPLAY AT TRAILER CITYI Squire Homes are fit for a king! Choose from oil sizes In single or double units as illustrated Single uniis in 1 or 2 bed- rooms, double unit: in 2 or 3 bedrooms IOW DOWN PAYMENTS! ON-THE-SPOT FINANCINGI Anything of Value Taken In Trade! UNITED MOTORS COMPANY LTD. COR. 3rd AVE., 3rd ST. S. PHONE 327-2805 est pair of legs left in this gruel- ling two-week tournament. "If Rosewall reaches the final, it will be the most senti- mental occasion on the centre court since the final of said a tourney official. "And how well we remember the emotion of that day." That was the year 37-year-old JaVoslav Drowry won the title. The crowd cheered him to vic- tory against Rosewall, who was then 18. Drobny is by far the oldest Wimbledon champion since the Second World War. Gorman, 24, staged a fierce counter-attack against Rosewall after losing two sets, and near the end of the match the fans sensed the old Australian maestro was at crisis point. "If I could have won that fourth set and levelled at two all, I don't think he would have Gorman said after- wards. Everybody on the centre court knew Gorman was right. Gorman broke Rosewall's service to lead 54 in the fourth. But then Rosewall broke back and saw the job through in the next two games. Rosewall now will get a rest from singles play until Monday. Meanwhile, three Americans were bidding for a quarter-fi- nals place today. Arthur Ashe, the strongest American hope for the title, faced Andres Gimeno of Spain. Stan Smith, who has been nursing a shoulder injury in re- cent months, had to play Aus- tralia's Roy Emerson, who was champion in 1964 and 1965. Clark Graebner was aiming for victory over Romanian Davis Cup star Hie Nastase. Four fourth-round matches were settled Friday. In addition to Rosewall, three other Aus- Bob C a r m i- chael and John made the quarter-finals. Derby Victory DUBLIN (AP) American- owned Nijinsky won the Irish Sweepstakes Derby at the Cur- ragh racetrack today. Nijinsky, bred at E. P. Tay- lor's racing establishment near Toronto, started as hot favorite in the event, but had to put on a closing burst to win. His owner, Charles Engel- hard of Far Hills, N.J., picked up for today's victoiy, Nljinsky's ninth in succession. Nijinsky, with Irish jockey Liam Ward in the saddle, ap- peared to he in a hopeless posi- tion with 100 yards to go but produced an astonishing burst of speed to win easily. Meadowville, an Engl i s h horse ridden by British cham- pion Lester Piggott, was ser- ond. French trained Master Guy was third. Nijinsky, a bay three-year- old trained by Vincent O'Brien in Ireland, became only the second horse to win both the English and Irish derbies in one season. He took the Eng- lish classic three weeks ago. Seventeen holders of Irish sweepstake tickets on Nijinsky will receive each. The tickets are sold around the world. Nijinsky started as 4-to-ll favorite. Meadowville w a s priced at 10 to 1 and Master Guv at 100 to 7. The Canadian bred winner was among the last two horses in the field for much of t h e race. As the horses entered the final 100 yards, Nijinsky was trapped on the rail with wall of horses around him. Then a gap appeared a n c Ward thrust his mount through at the same moment as Mead- owville made his challenge. Nijinsky, rated here as pos- sibly tiie best race horse of the century, settled the issue in a few strides. Boston Signs EDMONTON (CP) 'Race results Friday (ram Northlands Park: Firsl claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- "Ifonorule (Morris) 15.20 6.10 3.60 Winning Skip (Giesbrecht) K.30 2.70 Cobber Bill (Whittle) 3.20. Time: Carol's Pet, Pocket Boss, Nena's Pet, Haiy Kid, Reprah also ran. Second claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur longs. Racerlflc (Turetsky) S.40 3.10 2.60 Feather's inn (Hedge) 4.10 3.30, 'Mr El Con (Scott) 3.50. Time: 3-5. Fast Friday, Dry Coulee, Diddle Bold Grin, Injun Mickey also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: M2.3I. Third claiming, 4-yesr-olds and up mile and Vs. Blue Zip (McCauley) 10.70 5.80 Random Rage (combs) 13.70 7.50 Hudson Bailey (Kipling) 4.90. Time: 4-5. King 0( Rulers, Busier Kid, Magic Mink, Bill's Chop Chop, Judge Alone True Trust, Hour Magic also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1'a miles. Curra Tip (Billingsley} 10.W 5.4C 1 90, Monly B (Whittle) 5.60 3.30, Fool- print (Norris) 2.70. Time: Vast Opportunity, Redirect, Magic Grey also ran. FiUn claiming, 2-year-olds, 7 fur- Smoke (Hayncs) 60.SO 16.30 10.20, GKterf Scribe (Blllingsiey) 12.60 6.50, Atomic Tommy (Hedge) 5.30. time: VS. Flower De May, Lustrous Fleet, Rullah County, Nesh Boy, Miss Sluart also ran. EXACTORI S579.70. Sixth added Northlands stakes, 3- year-olds, mite and 1-16. Preben's Pride (Combs) 4.30 3.8C 12 Me Doll (Rasmussen) 6.30 3 "0, Sleel Halter (Billingsley) 3.10. Time: 2-5. Silverado Trail, KucXee Lart, Stokes Road, Ena's Daughter also ran. Kay BRANDON (CP) Ray Brownlee, third choice of Bos- Ion Bruins in the amateur draft, has signed a one year contract with the National Hockey League club. The young left winger was signed Thursday by Brains' scout Gary Young who had signed Reg taach of Klin Flon Bombers1 earlier, Seventh added, 3-year-oMe, 53.500, miles. Tir.ca Bulldog (Horrls) 3.00, Blue "Bonus (Coombs) 9.70 5.10, Seltetl Juwall (Turetskv) 3.90. Time: 1-5. Janice Marie, Johnny N Joe, Alher. ta Dawn, Ledger Time, Nugia also ran. Eighth Sl.SOO, claiming, <.ycsr-oldl end up Wood National (Barroby) 1770 8.20 3.10, Parenl's Joy (Shields) 5.80 3.70, Thumprinc'e (WhlltlD) 2.50. Time: 1-i. Claymore, Merry Sailer, Du- cat, I Miss You. Biohy also ran. auiNCLLAi sixth-inniny rally with his homer and in the previous inning Call- "oniia came up with the AL's 'ii'st triple play of the year after Kansas City put the first two men on and Steve Kealey came on to relieve starter Rudy May. Amos Otis grounded to Cliico Iniz at third. Ruiz at third, tluiz stepped on (hird, threw to second baseman Sandy Alomar 'or the second out and the relay first nipped Otis. XINTINUKS STHEAK Alomar also connected for a sixth-inning single, running his consecutive game hitting streak ,o 21, the longest in the AL since Lennie Green of toe Twins hit in 24 straight back in 1961. Meanwhile TJOS Angeles Dod- gers finally gave up a run and Atlanta Braves finally scored one, but it was too little to end he Dodgers' winning streak and .00 late to slop the Brave's skid. Claude Osteen extended the 3odger pitching staff's score- ess skein to 25 innings in a 4-! victory over San Diego Padres, .he fourth straight Los Angeles riumph. The Braves made it lour straight setbacks, bowing :o San Francisco Giants 4-1 and lad gone innings without a run until Hal King homered in the ninth. Elsewhere hi the National League, Montreal Expos edged Vew York Mcts 6-5, Cincinnati Reds shaded Houston Astros 3-2 and St. Louis C a r d i na 1 s trounced Philadelphia Phillies 7-0. The Chicago Cubs were rained out in Pittsburgh. 0 s I e e n, 10-7, tamed the Padres on six hits before 55.110 fans, largest crowd of the Na- tional League season and the largest attend- ance over at Dodger Stadium, which opened in 1962. SUDAKIS HITS HOMER Wes Parker drove in a run in the first inning, Bill Sudakis ho- mered in tile second and Willie Davis sent a run across in the third. Sndakis singled home the Dodgers' final run in the sixth, San Diego's only run came in the sixth on a walk and a double by Clarence Gaston. The victory kept the Dodgers nine games behind Cincinnati hi the NHL's West Division and ex- tended the Padres' losing streak to six games. San F r a n c i s c o 's Caylord Perry became the major league's first 12-game winner by holding the Braves' to three hits. Perry had retired 15 consecu- tive batters when King homered to lead off the ninth. Briere Still Unconscious MONTREAL (CP) Michel Briere, 20-year-old centre with Pittsburgh Penguins of the Na- tional Hockey League, remained unconscious in a Montreal hos- pital Friday, six weeks after an automobile accident near his home at MalartiC, Que. Last week, the hospital re- ported that Briere was able to more his fingers slightly and to respond to the presence of his family by squeezing the hands of those speaking to him. A hospital spokesman sakl Friday this gradual return to consciousness is normal recov- ery pattern for the kind of head injury Briere suffered. The spokesman said it will re- quire the hockey player's full return to consciousness before an assessment can be made on the lasting effects of the acci- dent. GolPi Million Dollar Wlnnw IRONS THE ROUGH If the gnm h more 'thin a couplt of inches high in the rough the ball is settled well down. think all but the most 'expert golfers should use 'jrons to get the next shot back in play. Use an iron with good' loft and play the ball ias the back half of your stance with your handi ahead. You'll want an abrupt backswing and downswing, so don't bs Jon't be discouraged "if you hit one into tiger country. Everybody does. Just determine not to com- pound your error by usinj an overly straight-farai club to try to get but. Yot just may leave the ball there. afraid to breakyourwrists early going back. Slam the clubhead down into the back of the ball (illustra- tion) with a firm left hand smile. 3t} 0 if" Rain Hits Cleveland Tourney CLEVELAND (AP) dely anyone to play this course without making a double Dave Hill said after rain saved him from a three- over-par seven on trie demand- ing Aurora Country Club course. "That ol' double bogey is out there somewhere, just waiting for Hill said Friday after rain'had forced postponement of the second round in the Cleveland open golf tournament. Hill, one shot back of first- round leader Larry Hinson going into F r i d a y 's play, praised the tight, par-70 course. "It's a good, tough, tight litUe said the man who was fined and reprimanded for his criticism of the Hazeltine course, site of last week's U.S. Open. "It really makes you said Hill, who had an opening 66, four under par, the first time he had seen the course. BET YOU DIDN'T J KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 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